Giants vs. Browns: New York brings injury depleted lineup into Week 5

The New York Giants will be entering Sunday's Week 5 matchup against the Cleveland Browns without several players who are suffering from injuries.

Wide receiver Ramses Barden will be unavailable due to a concussion sustained in last week's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. This will only further deplete the Giants' receiving corps as Hakeem Nicks had already been ruled out on Thursday.

Safety Kenny Phillips also sustained an injury in the game against Philadelphia when he twisted his knee while attempting to tackle running back LeSean McCoy. Phillips has also been listed out for Sunday. In addition, defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (Quadricep) and corner back Jayron Hosley (Hamstring) have also been ruled out.

Here is the complete injury report from Friday:

Out
WR Ramses Barden (Concussion - DNP)
DT Rocky Bernard (Quadricep - DNP)
CB Jayron Hosley (Hamstring - DNP)
WR Hakeem Nicks (Foot/Knee - DNP)
S Kenny Phillips (Knee - DNP)

Doubtful
T David Diehl (Knee - LP)
LB Keith Rivers (Hamstring - LP)

Questionable
LB Michael Boley (Hip - LP)
S Antrel Rolle (Knee - LP)
G Chris Snee (Hip - LP)
CB Corey Webster (Hand/Hamstring - LP)

Probable
C David Baas (Hand - FP)
CB Michael Coe (Hamstring - FP)

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